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Stanton native returns to open restaurant

Sometimes, traveling can provide people with new perspectives and ideas they would not have achieved apart from their trips

Posted 3/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Payments for 2015 surge project addressed

Once again, Ulteig Engineering approached the city with a pay request for services provided during the 2015 city surge project.

Posted 3/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Large turnout gathers for annual Jazz Night

Expectations for a great show filled the Hazen community as the school district celebrated 20 years of musical talent and community involvement.

Posted 3/02/16 (Wed) read more »

Commission again rejects proposal

For the third time in a row, representatives from Coyote Creek presented a series of possible solutions to deal with issues arising from the company’s plan to close an access road through their proposed mine.

Posted 3/02/16 (Wed) read more »

Guest speakers to give special presentations at Hazen library

Three popular historical books giving insight into North Dakota (including the area around Hazen) are now available at the Hazen Public Library.

Posted 2/24/16 (Wed) read more »

P&Z debates approval of Dakota Access Pipeline in Mercer County

Recently, the upcoming construction of a new urea plant for the Dakota Gasification Company’s Beulah plant has generated lots of discussion related to temporary crew camps to house workers for the construction.

Posted 2/24/16 (Wed) read more »

Percussionist featured at 20th Jazz Night

Every year Hazen student musicians are able to display their talents for the community at a Hazen Jazz Night performance.

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »

Agencies meet to discuss flood prevention measures

Over the course of the last decade, flooding has become a concern in Mercer County.

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »

Hazen students awarded Eagle Scout rank for community, Scout service

Two Hazen students officially became Eagle Scouts at a ceremony held Feb. 7.

Posted 2/10/16 (Wed) read more »

Divided commission gives go-ahead for crew camp

Tensions rose at the Mercer County Courthouse as the county commission heard a proposal for a man camp north of Beulah while also fielding responses from concerned area residents.

Posted 2/10/16 (Wed) read more »